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Minister of Finance Paschal Donohoe said he ‘fundamentally disagreed’ with any attempts by insurers to reject business interruption claims on the basis that Government advice for businesses to close did not amount to an order to do so. Photograph:   Photocall Ireland/PA Wire

Paschal Donohoe warned Insurance Ireland that the response of some of its members to the coronavirus pandemic risked causing “irreparable damage” to t(...)

Grafton Street: many retail rents, for the second quarter of the year, are due on Wednesday. Lobby group Retail Excellence say many stores will not be able to pay this bill. Photograph: Bryan O Brien

Dublin software company Workhuman, formerly known as Globoforce, has sold a 10 per cent stake in the business in a deal that puts it “on course for” f(...)

A Gap store in New York. Photograph: Gabby Jones/The New York Times

US clothing retailer Gap and luxury department store operator Neiman Marcus will close their stores for two weeks, joining other retailers in a vast e(...)

Last month Dublin City Council refused plans by Ternary Ltd to demolish 47, 48 & 49 Kildare Street and No 1 Nassau Street. 

A Larry Goodman family backed company has appealed to An Bord Pleanála the refusal to allow the company demolish a group of historic buildings in Dubl(...)

The Hermitage is co-owned by Larry Goodman. Photograph: Eamonn Farrell/Photocall Ireland

Pretax profits at the Hermitage Clinic in Dublin almost halved to €935,982 in 2018. New accounts for the private hospital co-owned by Larry Goodman an(...)

The Dublin 2 proposed development would mostly accommodate offices. The plan has provoked strong opposition from An Taisce, the Kilkenny Group and others.

The Department of Culture has strongly objected to plans by a Larry Goodman family-backed company to demolish a group of historic buildings in Dublin (...)

Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange: the S&P 500, which sets the tone for markets globally, passed a landmark in August as it recorded its longest rally, having gone nine and half years without a fall of at least 20 per cent. Photograph: Reuters

US-China trade tensions. Brexit. Fears of a global recession. Drone attacks on Saudi Arabian oil refineries. Donald Trump becoming the third US presid(...)

A pedestrian passes a dilapidated building in Hartlepool, northeast England. It is one of the 10 poorest places in England, with more than one in five people  living in “income-deprived households”. Photograph:  Getty Images

It is cold, wet and windy in Shildon, a small town outside Bishop Auckland in County Durham, and Labour MP Helen Goodman is getting ready to meet her (...)

A major push towards legalisation here may come from US and Canadian cannabis corporations who view Ireland as a jump-off point into the EU market. Photograph:  Rungroj Yongrit/EPA

It is inevitable that cannabis will be legalised in Ireland in the coming years. It may take five years or even longer for the prohibition to be fully(...)

Climate crisis: people cool off by the Eiffel Tower in Paris in July. Photograph: Pascal Rossignol/Reuters

“An environmental crisis is also a health crisis” is the stark message from health professionals keen to draw sharp attention to the health impacts of(...)

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